She’s doing a million things even though it looks like she’s not.
Ask what your child is able to do and cope with given their age, experience and temperament.
It wasn’t the day that I had planned, but it was a damn good one.
Outdoor play and nature-based activities can help buffer some of the negative mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic for adolescents, according to a new study.
Rainbows? Unicorns? Unicorns riding rainbows?
Regrettably, I know first-hand from my own childhood what it looks like to see a woman assaulted and battered by a man who supposedly loves her.
Aging Our Souls “It wasn’t snowing, and then it was…” -From Dorianne Laux’s poem, Snow DMX the rapper was here, and then he wasn’t. The Prince (whoever he was) was here, and then he wasn’t. My first cousin, only weeks away from her fifty-fifth birthday was here, and then she wasn’t. I was feeding my…
The “baby industrial complex” creates an awful lot of nonsense we just don’t need. Lemme spare you the waste and annoyance.
About 33 million children worldwide are displaced or in refugee camps, and many lack any form of education due to the pandemic.
Where to start? At 28 we get married, at 29 get our first child and at 30 we welcome twins.
In today’s episode, I find out which of my kids is on the naughty list by using our family favorite, the lie detector test!
Silence is not healing, it only deepens the trauma. Common sense and intuition might not be what your kid needs.
There is nowhere to go but up from here.
Parenting is a journey — full of UPS and downs.
Learning an instrument in childhood can pay off later in life and could even prevent memory loss or other cognitive issues.
The COVID-19 pandemic—and resulting upheaval in public education—has undermined decades of feminist gains in the united states workforce, research finds.